Young European Socialists (YES)
1992-11 Oegstgeest Netherlands
Founded Nov 1992, Oegstgeest (Netherlands), as European Community Organization of Socialist Youth (ECOSY) -- Organisation des jeunes socialistes de la Communauté européenne. Statutes adopted 2-4 Dec 1994, Munich (Germany). Revised: Mar/Apr 2007, Warsaw (Poland); Mar/Apr 2013, Järna (Sweden). Seat located in Brussels (Belgium). Registered in accordance with Belgian law.
As an independent umbrella organization for socialist and social democratic youth in Europe: promote European citizenship amongst young people; contribute towards the construction of the democratic European state; defend the interest of youth in the EU; integrate member organizations on the European level.
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Congress - meeting of the highest statutory body (every 2 years); Bureau (meets twice a year in the countries currently holding the Presidency of the Council of the European Union).
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